Thank you for your interest in exhibiting at MACCS. This is a table top exhibit that takes place on two days at two locations. Both days will have programming that will mix time with attendees during breaks in the educational session.
EXHIBITOR TERMS AND CONDITIONSThese Exhibitor Terms and Conditions (“Rules”) govern Exhibitor’s participation at the Mid-Atlantic Capital Cardiology Symposium
on November 19, at Heart House and Washington Georgetown Marriott (“Hotel”) in Washington, DC (“Event”), managed by the Maryland Chapter American College of Cardiology (“MDACC").
As an exhibitor at the Event, Exhibitor will receive the following:
- A traditional 6-foot table and two chairs in the designated Exhibit Area at a table selection of the Maryland Chapter ACC’s discretion suitable for a table-top display and collateral.
- A listing in the Front Matter Information as an exhibitor of the Event.
- Networking opportunity with cardiovascular professionals.
Will be provided closer to the event and are subject to change as the agenda is adjusted.
All Exhibitor representatives are expected to contribute to the professional environment of the event and must conduct themselves in a professional manner and adhere to the meeting code of conduct as posted.
Exhibitor materials must comply with all applicable fire laws, hotel safety rules and regulations. All packing containers, excelsior, and similar materials are to be removed from the exhibit space upon completion of set-up. Exhibits cannot block aisles or fire exits.
Care of Building and Equipment
Exhibitors and their representatives must not damage, injure, or deface the Hotel’s ceiling, walls, or floors with the exhibits’ displays or equipment. Any and all damages, losses, expenses, and/or costs resulting from failure to observe this requirement shall be the sole responsibility of Exhibitor. Exhibitors are responsible for disposing of their own exhibit booth materials, packing material waste, including empty boxes.
All electrical, telecommunications, and internet services must be provided exclusively by the Hotel or vendor designed by the MDACC.
Cancellation by Exhibitor
Exhibitor must send written notice of cancellation to the Exhibits Manager. The date on which the notice is received is the official cancellation date. Cancellations sent via email is accepted. If the cancellation is received thirty (30) or more days before the Event start date, fifty percent (50%) of the Exhibit Fee will be refunded. If the cancellation is received less than thirty (30) days before the Event start date, one hundred percent (100%) of the Exhibit Fee will be retained. Exhibitors who fail to show up at the Event will be considered a “no-show,” will be deemed to have cancelled the Contract, and will forfeit one hundred percent (100%) of the Exhibit Fee. The MDACC shall have the right to reassign such canceled space to another exhibiting company in its sole discretion without mitigation of any amounts forfeited by Exhibitor.
Cancellation by MARYLAND CHAPTER AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
MDACC reserves the right to refuse exhibit space or close an exhibit for any reason, including but not limited to failure by exhibiting company to make payments when due or to comply with the terms and conditions set forth herein.